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The UCLA Center for Near East Studies is an academic institute at the University of California, Los Angeles. The Center "encourages, coordinates and integrates instruction and research in the humanities and the social sciences, business, law, medicine and the media, and in all languages essential to an understanding of the Near East."[1]

The Center drew wide attention for sponsoring a Jan 31, 2009 symposium on “Human Rights and Gaza” at which a few members of the audience — but not the speakers on the panel — chanted “Zionism is Nazism.”[2][3][4][5] [6][7]


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  4. ^ "Once-Quiet Campuses See Surge in Anti-Israel Activism," Rebecca Spence, Forward, March 09, 2009 [1]
  5. ^ Dust Over Campus Life: UCLA at a Crossroad, By Judea Pearl, February 18, 2009, The Jewish Journal [2]
  6. ^ "Daniel Pearl and the Normalization of Evil; When will our luminaries stop making excuses for terror?" Judea Pearl, The Wall Street Journal,February 2, 2009 []
  7. ^ "UCLA Symposium on Gaza Ignites Strong Criticism, Tom Tugend, The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles, February 11, 2009 []


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